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• 5 Bedrooms

• 2 Reception Rooms

• Farmhouse Kitchen/Breakfast Room

• Grade II Listed

• Off Road Parking

• Attractive Gardens with Views

• EPC Band F

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A beautifully presented, substantial Grade II Listed cottage from the late 15th century with a wealth of character and charm. The property has been the cherished home of the vendors for the last 27 years and is worthy of an early inspection. The accommodation is illustrated on the floorplan overleaf and briefly comprises: an impressive front door opens into the cross passage with slate floors and doors to the rear garden, dining room and triple aspect lounge which has oak floors, an impressive granite fireplace with cloam oven and woodburner and stairs rising to the first floor. The dining room is dual aspect with slate floors and leads into the L-shaped kitchen/breakfast room with French doors to rear garden, a range of base and wall-mounted units with oil-fired Esse range cooker, pantry cupboard and plumbing and appliance space for dishwasher and free standing fridge. The utility room has a stainless steel sink and appliance space for washing machine and tumble dryer, door into cloakroom/wc and a door into bedroom five with en suite bathroom. From the lounge, curved stone steps lead up to a split landing with access on one side to two bedrooms, both with vaulted ceilings. To the other side of the landing there are two further bedrooms and a pair of contemporary bathrooms, each with shower, bath and WC.


Situated in the heart of the small, rural hamlet of Truscott. The property is within 2 miles of 3 primary schools and 3 miles from Launceston town, which offers a range of facilities including a 24-hour supermarket, doctors, dentists and veterinary surgeries, leisure centre and a testing 18-hole golf course. Launceston also gives access to the vital A30, linking Truro and Exeter. The A39 Atlantic Highway is 12 miles distant allowing access to the stunning north Cornish coast.


To the front of the property are small cottage flower gardens set behind a low retaining wall and off road parking for at least two vehicles, together with extra visitor parking. Gates to the side of the property lead to the sheltered rear garden, laid mainly to lawn with extensive slate patio, ideal for al fresco dining, well defined hedge and fence boundaries and distant views to Dartmoor.

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